If there is one racing circuit and Grand Prix that many fans of the sport look forward to watching the cream of the driving crop negotiating it is of course the Marina Bay Circuit which is of course where this year’s Singapore Grand Prix will be held at, and today I am looking at the outright betting market on that event.
It will ultimately be the odds that you can secure on the driver that you think is going to win this Grand Prix as to whether you are getting the best value and as far as the chances of Lewis Hamilton go, he is currently being touted by most bookies at odds of 11/8.
You may end up tossing a coin to decide which of the two most fancied drivers are going to win this race this year, for the odds on the next driver in the betting are not that higher than Hamilton’s, and for reference that second favourite is of course Max Verstappen who is on offer at odds of around the 7/4 mark.
The odds on the first and second favourite are not anywhere obviously as high as the odds attached to all other drivers competing in this race, however you will need to ask yourself whether any other driver is worth backing such as Valtteri Bottas at 11/2.
Get Paid Out to 3 Places Each-Way
I think its safe to say that if the Singapore Grand Prix this year does go without any mishaps then the first and second favourites will be placed in the top two positions, but do keep in mind that many bookies are offering each-way bets on that race too.
Take for example one of our top-rated betting site that being the Coral betting site and app, well by placing an each-way bet with them you will be paid out to three places and at one fifth of the win odds when betting each-way.
Outsiders to win the Singapore Grand Prix
In this final section of today’s betting news story let me look at some of the other drivers that are not without their chances of winning, however there is only one other driver that is getting any type of support from punters right now and that is Alexander Albon at 13/2.
A couple of drivers however are sure to appeal to some punters based on the fact that you can back them at odds that are well into double odds and for reference those two drivers are Charles Leclerc at 10/1 and Sebastian Vettel at 12/1.
To give you some ideas of just what the chances are on each of the other drivers, well with Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Nico Hulkenberg all being 750/1 right now and all other drivers being offered at odds of at the very least 1000/1 if not higher, it isn’t likely to be the case an outsider will win.